1. Travel

There are seven countries in Central America, and each has different entry and exit requirements. Almost every country requires travelers to have a passport valid for at least six months past arrival (except Honduras, which requires three). Some require yellow fever vaccination certificates; others have entry and/or exit fees.

Making things easier, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras are all party to the Central America Border Control Agreement (CA-4), which allows travelers to venture between the countries for 90 days without dealing with immigration formalities at the borders.

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